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  • Sep 14
    From the Chief Executive - 14 September 2018

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    This week, the Victorian Chamber welcomed the news that Victorian consumers will benefit from a massive injection of new electricity generation, with 900 megawatts of new capacity (enough to power 650,000 homes), to be built across the state. The new generation capacity will be built as part of the...
  • Sep 12
    Victoria now worst performer on payroll tax threshold

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    12 September 2018  Victorian small businesses are paying a tax they wouldn’t have to pay if they were operating anywhere else in Australia. Victoria’s $650,000 payroll tax threshold is now the worst in the nation, after South Australia’s recent payroll tax cut. Ahead of the...
  • Sep 12
    Portable long service leave scheme to go ahead

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    On 5 September 2018 the Victorian Parliament passed the Long Service Benefits Portability Act 2018. This legislation, which will commence on 1 July 2019, will establish a scheme to provide portability of long service leave benefits for workers in the contract cleaning, security and community...
  • Sep 12
    Cost of labour hire licensing must be reduced

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    The Victorian Chamber recently made a submission to the Victorian Government on the exposure draft regulations and regulatory impact statement for a Victorian labour hire licensing scheme. The submission urges the government to reduce the cost and impact of the scheme on business.
  • Sep 12
    A focus on mental health

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    This week has seen World Suicide Prevention Day and RUOK? Day, reminding us of the importance of focussing on the mental health of not just family, friends and work colleagues, but also ourselves. This is essential both inside and outside of the workplace and the Victorian Chamber can help!

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